Liverpool reach the 500th goal for Liverpool through Mohamed Salah with Klopp in the English Premier League

Liverpool reach the 500th goal for Liverpool through Mohamed Salah with Klopp in the English Premier League

The professional Liverpool team, in its ranks, the Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, reached 500 goals under the leadership of German coach Juergen Klopp in 234 matches in the English Premier League, after beating his neighbor Everton 4-1 in the Merseyside derby yesterday, Wednesday, in the 14th round of the English Premier League.

And the official Liverpool page on the social networking site Twitter indicated that yesterday’s match witnessed the team reaching 502 goals in 234 matches led by coach Jurgen Klopp at the level of the English Premier League.

Our Egyptian star, Mohamed Salah, scored the 500th goal for the Reds with the German coach, after he scored his second goal with Liverpool against Everton.

Klopp took over as Liverpool coach in October 2015, succeeding Brendan Rodgers of Northern Ireland, the current coach of Leicester City.

Liverpool retains third place in the English Premier League standings with 31 points behind leaders Chelsea with 33 points and Manchester City, the runners-up with 32 points, while Everton comes in 14th place with 15 points.

In the last 4 rounds of the English Premier League, Liverpool managed to beat West Ham, Arsenal and Southampton, before beating Everton.

Spanish coach Rafa Benitez expressed his confidence in his ability to pull Everton out of their stumble after the disappointing defeat in the derby match against Liverpool 1-4 yesterday, to continue his fast of winning eight rounds in the English Premier League.

Yesterday’s meeting witnessed the departure of the Toffees fans from the stadium 20 minutes before the end of the match, and the Liverpool fans chanted in favor of the Spanish coach.

“Now we need to get the important players back but that’s part of the game and we have to make sure that the team continues to fight in the tournament,” Benitez said.

“I think we can improve and I’m sure we can do it but we have to get back to winning. We were playing well when we had all the players without injuries. I’m sure we’ll come back with good results in the second half of the season.”

Thanks to their good start to the season, Everton are still in the middle of the table, five points from the relegation zone, but they are suffering from a series of very poor results after losing six games and drawing twice in the past eight rounds.

The absence of important Everton players such as Yerry Mina, top scorer Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Abdoulaye Doukuri seriously destabilized the results.

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